Old 02-14-2005, 10:37 PM   #1
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Old 02-14-2005, 10:39 PM   #2
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13th Moon, accepting submissions

for any of your women out there,a literary journal accepting submissions for the next edition. Heres the link--

http://www.albany.edu/13thMoon/submissions.htm

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Old 02-15-2005, 02:29 AM   #3
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Here are two online that I know of:


http://www.prairiepoetry.org/main.html


http://www.shadowpoetry.com/index.html


And here is an offline:

http://www.aprweb.org/guidelines/guidelines.shtml
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Rack: Women Write about Their Breasts

The following call is from Abby Schwartz. Please note that this venture pays only in contributor copies, and does not yet have a publisher. You might want to state a release date if your essay is accepted, just in case. In other words, if your essay is accepted but a publisher is not secured in 8 months (or whatever time frame you're comfortable with) after the deadline, you're work is released back to you for submission elsewhere.

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Rack: Women Write about Their Breasts

From Venus de Milo's chiseled cleavage to Janet Jackson's notorious SuperBowl wardrobe malfunction, women's breasts have long served as catalysts for cultural criticism, wonder, and infatuation. In a nation where a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every three minutes and teenage girls receive breast augmentations as graduation gifts from their parents, it is impossible not to wonder: How do women truly feel about their breasts? "Rack: Women Write about Their Breasts" will aim to explore this question by going right to the source and sharing the stories of women who have had extraordinary and ordinary experiences with their bust-lines.

In order to complete this unique anthology, the editor is seeking well-crafted personal essays on a wide range of breast-related experiences and issues. Each unique non-fiction piece in this anthology should shed its own light on the moving, confusing, and often hilarious experience of having breasts; diverse and unique perspectives are encouraged. Submissions should be strong, developed, first-person accounts that don't tell your breasts' entire life story, but instead highlight a specific moment, experience, or process that made a significant impact on your life. Thematically, essays should address the question: In a world of plastic surgery, piercing, and porn stars, how do we, as women, learn to love, lose, and eventually accept our breasts?

Some likely topics include:

- Getting nipples pierced/other breast-related body modification
- Accounts of breast implants (I love them, I hate them, implant-related illnesses, etc.)
- Experiences of modern-day moms (pumping,breast-feeding, what your mother never told you but you were forced to learn on your own)
- Experiences with mastectomy
- Growing up flat-chested, with uneven breasts, or with weird nipples
- Binding breasts for gender purposes
- Transitioning from a breast-friendly culture to American culture
- Breasts and sex work
- Shopping for a first bra

Editor: Abby Schwartz lives in San Diego, where she is a regular columnist for the Gay & Lesbian Times and the host of Siren Open Mic for Women, a popular monthly performance series. She comes from a long line of busty Jewish women, and proudly sports a 36-D.

Length: 3,000-5,000 words. Format: Essays must be typed, double-spaced, and paginated. Please include your address, phone number,email address, and a short bio on the last page.

Essays will not be returned.

Submitting: Mail the essay to:

Abby Schwartz
P.O. Box 620720
San Diego, CA 92162-0720

Query to: write4rent@yahoo.com
Payment: Copy of anthology upon publication.
Reply: Replies will be conducted via email, unless an
SASE is enclosed and noted as preferred

Deadline: November 1, 2005
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The Shadow Sacrament: A Journal of BDSM Spirituality.

The Shadow Sacrament: A Journal of BDSM Spirituality.

The Shadow Sacrament is an on-line journal of BDSM spirituality. I am looking for non-fiction and poetry which speaks to the experience of BDSM as a path of spiritual discovery, no matter what outward form that path takes, and I highly encourage writers in all spiritual and religious traditions to submit work. All sexual orientations and gender expressions are welcome.

PAYMENT: For work up to 3000 words, payment will be $10 US; for work longer than 3000 words, payment will be $20 US, to be paid as soon as possible after publication. I hope eventually to publish a print anthology of work that appeared here, and contributors will be paid at market rates.

Deadline for the first issue is September 1 (reprints are welcome), but submissions will be on-going for quarterly publication thereafter. Please see the website for a more detailed call for submissions and guidelines.

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Poets' Forum Magazine, Honoring Traditional Poets Award Subject: Poet's
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Form: a recognized "traditional" form (i.e. couplet, tercet, quatrain,
sestet, octet, rondeau, roundel, pantoum, sonnet, sestina, etc) Form must be
identified at left top of page. Entry fee; $2 per poem or 3/$5. Check payable:
Madelyn Eastlund. Maximum length: 40 lines. Must not have been published. Two
copies. One with name and address of poet. Name of contest in upper left corner on
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Awards: $30, 20.


Deadline: October 15. First place published in Poets'
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Old 08-19-2005, 10:21 PM   #7
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Win $100 in "Euphoria's" Annual Poetry Contest!
http://www.jlabriola.com/id4.html

"Euphoria" has an annual Poetry Contest which offers a prize of $100 for the
Winning Entry. There is No entry fee, and nothing that must be purchased if
this contest is won.

Entries for this Contest may be sent after August 1, of each year. Poems may
be of any genre, with no more than 5 poems being entered, and with a 50 line
maximum. Please send all entries in the body of an email (no html please) To <
bowmanj8@aol.com>, and type "Poetry Contest Submission" in the subject line of
the email.

Be sure to type your name, give biographical info. and a working email
address, so we may contact you when we receive your entry. If you send more than
one poem in the email, be sure that you separate each poem and be sure to add a
copyright date for it also, to protect your rights. The winner will retain all
rights to their poem, with the exception of "Euphoria" printing and
displaying the poem on the Web Page as the winning poem. The Deadline for all poems is
December 31, 2005, and the Winner will be announced on February 1, 2006. Hope
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Old 08-21-2005, 02:09 PM   #8
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Guidelines for the Thomas Merton Poetry of the Sacred Contest 2006


What is poetry of the sacred? Poetry that expresses, directly or indirectly, a sense of the holy or that, by its mode of expression, evokes the sacred. The tone may be religious, prophetic, or contemplative.

- Deadline for submissions: December 31, 2005

- First Prize, $500; Three Honorable Mention Prizes, $50 each

- Winning Poems will be published in The Merton Seasonal, a publication of scholarly articles about noted spiritual leader Thomas Merton and will be posted on the Merton Foundation web site: www.mertonfoundation.org.

- Only ONE unpublished poem type written in English may be submitted

- Please limit the poem to no more than 100 lines.

- Type your name, address, phone number, FAX number, email address, and the title of your poem on a cover page. Attach 2 (two) copies of your titled poem to the cover page.

Submit poem to: The Thomas Merton Foundation, 2117 Payne Street, Louisville, KY 40206
or email to: hgraffy@mertonfoundation.org as a word document attachment.

- No faxed entries will be accepted.

- No poems will be returned

- Poems will be judged on literary excellence, spiritual tenor, and human authenticity

- Winners will be announced in March 2006. Please visit the Foundation website for contest results

- To be notified in writing of the contest winners, please enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope along with your entry


click here to view winning poetry from past years

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Old 09-01-2005, 02:27 PM   #9
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Oysters & Chocolate

Porn and they Pay


This is a pay site-- you get a free month if your work gets in. You also get ten bucks. I checked out the poetry in there and MUCH of the erotic poetry here would definately fit right in. All types: rhyming, dramatic, biological, lovey, you name it. Give it a try if you so choose.


Submission Guidelines

Oysters & Chocolate considers unsolicited submissions of previously unpublished short stories, poetry and artwork. Simultaneous submissions are accepted, and first serial rights are required. Unless otherwise specified, please do not send more than one submission at a time. Submission may be sent by regular mail or by email; electronic submissions are preferred.

We are seeking tasteful, well-written erotic short stories, poetry and artwork focused on the following erotic themes: vanilla (straight), fantasy, Domination & submission, edgy erotica, bisexual, lesbian and fetish. Please send a little bit of information about yourself, include your real name, as well as the penname you would like to use.

Provide an email address or a self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE) to receive a response within four weeks. We regret that we are unable to respond to submissions without one or the other.

Fiction submissions:

We accept erotic fiction short stories. Submission should be single spaced, between 500 and 8,000 words.

If submitting by mail, send to:
JordanSade LLC
Oysters & Chocolate
1630A 30th Street #353
Boulder, Colorado
80301

If submitting by email, send to submissions@oystersandchocolate.com Type "Fiction Submission" in the subject line, paste your story into the body of the email and attach submission as a word document.

Poetry submissions:
We accept up to three poems at a time. Poems should be no greater than 20 lines. If submitting by mail, send to:
JordanSade LLC
Oysters & Chocolate
1630A 30th Street #353
Boulder, Colorado
80301

If submitting by email, send to submissions@oystersandchocolate.com. Type "Poetry submission" in the subject line, and paste your poem(s) into the body of the email .

Artwork submissions:
We accept submissions of tasteful, erotic drawings, paintings, electronically generated images, and photography. If submitting by mail send a high quality copy of your print to (originals cannot be returned):
JordanSade LLC
Oysters & Chocolate
1630A 30th Street #353
Boulder, Colorado
80301

If submitting by email, send your digital image to art@oystersandchocolate.com. Please type "Artwork submission" in the subject line andinclude your submission as a .jpg attachment.

Accepted submissions are paid $10 and free access to the ezine for the month that your work is published.
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The Deconstruction Quarterly, Second Edition, seeks erotic poetry.

Much like the first edition, the second Deconstruction Quarterly will give those of you with new or interesting works a chance for publication. This edition, however, will contain only erotic poetry. There was a call heard, here, for a venue which will pay and publish in hard copy. Keep reading if you are still interested.

Type of work: Erotic poetry, preferably previously unpublished, prose poetry as well as all traditional forms, though I cringe at rhyming work unless it is done very well. I would like stuff that either totally ignites my senses or tells a passionate story. I will not accept smut or porno thinly disguised in verse. If you don't value erotica as art as well as entertainment, don't bother submitting.

Word count: All work should be under 2000 words, or three pages single spaced of verse.

Compensation: I now offer an honorarium of $3 per author, on publication, and one copy of the journal. Please keep in mind that if I use more than one poem of yours, I can still only pay you three dollars.

Multiple submissions: We will view up five poems.

Rights: We are offering one time, non-exclusive publication rights. I would appreciate work that has not been previously published. The work will appear in hard copy and as a .pdf, available for download for about 90 days after publication.

To submit: In the body of an email, write a brief bio (including name, mailing address and some publishing credits) and a brief synopsis of your piece(s). Attached them all in one .rtf file, with each piece clearly titled. Send to dpeditor@earthlink.net

When to submit: The deadline for this erotic poetry edition will be May 21.
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Old 09-12-2005, 06:41 PM   #11
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BUST Magazine's Call for Erotic Fiction Submissions

Give Good Read?
Are you a daring dame who knows her way around a dirty story? Think you can inspire a little self-directed friction with your erotic fiction? Then send your smut to the attention of BUST Magazine's One Handed Read section, where hotness rules and cliché drools.

Submissions should be approximately 1500 words long, and emailed as a Word attachment (don't forget to include all of your contact info) to onehandedread@bust.com.

Payment is $100 (US).
Rights are negotiable
Underage characters and bestiality are no-nos, but everything else is ok.
Call is for print mag.

About BUST:
BUST is a groundbreaking women's lifestyle magazine that is unique in its ability to connect with bright, cutting-edge young women. With an attitude that is fierce, funny, and proud to be female, BUST's revolutionary editorial mix addresses a refreshing variety of women's interests, including pop culture, crafting, fashion, sex, news, and celebrity interviews. Hip, humorous, and honest, BUST is a cheeky celebration of all things female and a trusted authority on up-and-coming trends among young women.

Check us out online at www.bust.com
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Old 09-15-2005, 10:57 PM   #12
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The following call is from Brent Brooks, editor at The Angry Poet.
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The Angry Poet is seeking short fiction 500 words or less, and or poetry 30 lines or less in the erotic/fetish straight, gay or bi genre.

Subject matter is open but your writing needs to have a dissenting tone and not contain any subject matter that could be considered illegal. If your not sure send us the manuscript and we will let you know. We pay $20.00 to $50.00 dollars for fiction (depending on quality, length and history), and $10.00 per poem for the first electronic and north American serial rights.

Submissions should be made via email to:
submissions@thenagrypoet.com.

Insert your manuscript into the body of the email If there are format issues let us know and we will make other arrangements.

Submissions by mail need to be sent to:
The Angry Poet
c/o Editor
1279 N. 10th Ave
Hanford, CA 93230

For guidelines go to www.theangrypoet.com/guidelines_a or send a SASE to the address above marked "guidelines" and we will send you a copy. You must be an adult (over the age of eighteen) to submit manuscripts to The Angry Poet.

theangrypoet.com is a free cultural arts website meaning that no space on theangrypoet.com is or will ever be sold for the purpose of advertising, and that no one will ever have to pay for any services related to the site.

For more on writing visit the Advice to Writers section of the website

thank you,

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Old 09-22-2005, 03:15 PM   #13
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IN THE FLESH
a new erotic reading series debuts
Wednesday October 19TH, at 8 PM
at Happy Ending Lounge
302 Broome Street
(B/D to Grand, J/M/Z to Bowery, F to Delancey,
www.happyendinglounge.com)
Admission: Free

Stay warm as the weather cools down with the hottest
and juiciest words in the city! Join us for the debut
of In the Flesh reading series featuring Meghan Cleary
reading erotic poetry, Martha Garvey and Jennifer
Whitlock spinning sultry erotic stories, and Scotty
the Blue Bunny reading, emoting and singing a sexy
1930's ditty about promiscuity. Host Rachel Kramer
Bussel will also read some of her original smut.
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SUBMISSIONS OPEN for the hurricane relief anthology. Details are posted at
http://www.celaine.com/katrina.html

We will be donating proceeds to relief efforts, and are also asking that
those who are able will:

a) make a donation to a relief effort charity (details on anthology page)

b) purchase one or more copies of the finished book (not required, but we'd
definitely appreciate that...and it is towards relief efforts)

c) help us promote the book by linking it on web sites, etc.


LOOKING FOR TITLE SUGGESTIONS

I am looking for title suggestions for the Katrina Relief Anthology (which
may become a Katrina and Rita relief Anthology by the end of the weekend).

The one I had come up with so far is "Under a Creole Moon". While I like
that, I am not convinced we can't come up with something a little more
fitting, somehow.

Themes are on the anthology page www.celaine.com/katrina.html, but in brief
will include (but not be limited to):


* impressions/personal thoughts on the hurricane(s)
* poverty
* overcoming despair or adversity
* bad things happening to good people
* hope
* the affected region (New Orleans and the Mississippi Delta, etc. -
this may be expanded because of Rita)
* Deep south, memories, poignant vignettes, etc

The collection will be a mixture of the poignant/tragic with strong elements
of hope/promise. Thread for title suggestions is http://tiny********/c42oc
(links to a thread at This So Called Life).

Also, the WOMEN OF THE WEB anthology has been released, and is being
considered for adaptation as a college text for women's studies and creative
writing classes. Thank you to everyone who helped make this collection a
reality. Proceeds from that volume are being donated to a women's shelter in
the Grand Rapids, MI, area. Should sales become high enough to warrant it,
we'll add other shelters to that list, as well.


On a personal note, if anyone will be in the Kensington, Maryland area
tomorrow, you are invited to attend a poetry reading given by The Pedestal
Magazine's JOHN AMEN, local poets CHERYL SNELL and JEN GRESHAM, and myself.
We'd love to see you there.

To all those who have been affected by Katrina, and those who are in the
path of Rita...my heartfelt prayers and best wishes to all of you, your
family, friends and loved ones.

Best wishes,

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Poets, you should sticky this so it remains at the top of the forum.

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Found compensation info Simone's Diary:

Compensation: Up to $120/story

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Join the writing pool of Simone's Diary ( http://www.simonesdiary.com/ ), a brand new website providing personalized erotic stories designed to meet our clients' needs and desires. Their unique stories are designed just for them, with their preferences in mind, for as little as $15 per story.

After a glowing review from amNewYork's sex columnist and former editor-in-chief of Playgirl, Simone is currently flooded with orders and is looking to expand her network of authors.

Think you have what it takes to write high-quality literary erotic short stories with quick turnaround times? Prove it! Use the guidelines below to send Simone a written sample of no more than 375-words:

* Narrative type: 3rd person
* Location: Wine Bar
* Time: Present-Day
* Characters: 3

* Character #1: Simone. White. Female. Prefers males. 32 years old. Black hair, brown eyes. Petite but curvy. Writer. Shy but adventurous. Classy but form fitting clothing.

* Character #2: Jeffrey. White. Male. Prefers males and females. 29 years old. Blond hair, blue eyes. Sharp but feminine features, dancer body. Actor. Witty. Metrosexual.

* Character #3: Phil. White. Male. Prefers males and females. 22 years old. Auburn curly hair, green eyes. Classically handsome, chiseled body. Waiter. Sexually aggressive but not sketchy. Black collared shirt and black pants.

* Style: Explicit

* Plot: Simone and Jeffrey are celebrating at a wine bar late one night. They are the last couple left and Phil offers to give them a special private tasting in the cellar...

Send your stories to webmaster@simonesdiary.com. Your confidentiality will be preserved and your writing will not be used by Simone's Diary for any reason.
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Smile They want POETRY :)

NOTE: DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO THEIR MAILING LIST: I got about 30 emails already as everytime someone replies (take me off the list!) it goes out to everyone. Oy Vey. I am sure they will fix it at some point....)

I met the editor Kim Roberts at a book festival, a good woman. Two different calls for submissions, check it out:

Beltway Poetry Quarterly is accepting poems for two upcoming special issues. Please help us spread the word widely!


CALL FOR NEW POEMS ON THE IRAQ WAR

For a special issue due to be published online April 1, 2006, guest editor Sarah Browning seeks recent poems on the war in Iraq. Topics might include, but are not limited to: the impact on the Iraqi people, American servicemembers, military families, and/or the American people; Abu Ghraib and the American archipelago; opposition movements of all kinds; the effect of war policy on life at home; personal survival in dark times; imagining a way forward. All approaches and styles, with a preference for poems one page and under.

Poets must live or work in the mid-Atlantic region in Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, or West Virginia. Please send up to three poems in the body of an email to: iraqwarpoems@yahoo.com by December 15, 2005. (If your poem is chosen for publication, you will have a chance to send a hard copy or an attachment, to preserve formatting.) Previously published OK; please give publication information. Poets previously featured in Beltway Poetry Quarterly are eligible. There are no entry fees.

About the Guest Editor: Sarah Browning is coeditor of D.C. Poets Against the War: An Anthology and coordinates the group of the same name, which has been active since the first national day of poetry against the war, February 12, 2003. Browning's recent poems have appeared in Elixir, The Literary Review, and Beltway Poetry Quarterly. She is the recipient of the People Before Profits Poetry Prize and the Quadrangle Poetry Award. She lives in Washington, D.C., where she works for The Fund for Women Artists, building public support for women artists.


CALL FOR POEMS ABOUT WASHINGTON, DC

For a special issue to be published in July 2006, Kim Roberts and guest editor Andrea Carter Brown seek poems celebrating Washington DC. Poems must mention a specific location in the city by name, for example, a street, neighborhood, park, building, or monument.

Poets living anywhere in the US are eligible; previously published poems are acceptible if copyright has reverted to the author (author is responsible for obtaining permissions). Poets previously featured in the journal are eligible. There are no entry fees. Send up to 4 poems of any length (maximum 10 pages total) by email only. Include a one-paragraph bio. Poems must be sent in the body of the email; attachments will not be opened. Deadline: February 15, 2006. Send to beltwaypoetryquarterly@gmail.com.

About the co-editors: Kim Roberts is the editor of Beltway Poetry Quarterly. Andrea Carter Brown is managing editor of the Emily Dickinson Review, faculty member at Pomona College, and author of The Disheveled Bed (CavanKerry Press). She lives in Los Angeles, CA.
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End of October?

If you would like to submit but it is not enough time, you might write and let him know you just found out about it...


Quote:
David Chislett, who will guest-edit the South African issue of Unlikely
2.0, is still seeking films, visual art, music, audio performances,
fiction, poetry, essays, interviews and reviews by South Africans or
directly relating to the works of South Africans.
He'd like to have them
by the end of October. Please submit at david@dcpm.co.za.

Yours,

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Talking Yes They Want Poetry!!!!

The following call is from Skian McGuire, editor at ShadowSacrament.com.
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The Shadow Sacrament: a journal of sex and spirituality

I am looking for writing on all aspects of sex and gender as they relate to sexuality, with a particular emphasis on BDSM.

I hope that The Shadow Sacrament: a Journal of sex and spirituality will be a quarterly publication coinciding as nearly as possible with the equinoxes and solstices. If you have a work that would be particularly suitable for publication in a particular season, please point that out to me in the body of the e-mail.

Deadline: for the Winter Solstice issue, December 7, 2005. Submissions for future issues are ongoing.


PAYMENT:
For work up to 3000 words, payment will be $10 US; for work longer than 3000 words, payment will be $20 US, to be paid as soon as possible after publication.


Submissions details at:

http://www.shadowsacrament.com/call_for_submissions.htm
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Old 11-09-2005, 09:18 PM   #20
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Mannequin Envy is seeking submissions of poetry and flash fiction for its Winter 2006 edition.

Have something that is sharp? Evocative? Innovative? Consider sending it our way. Check out the submission guidelines at the site

disclaimer: we read all work objectively, and have rejected work from family members, friends, big name poets with icky submissions, and editors of journals where I would love to have my work....and accepted work from unpublished writers, people who might seem a bit icky, and well you know, anyone who submits work that fits with our vision... just sayin' it is nothing personal ever. Evah.

We have had quite a few lit folks on the site and know this place grows some darn talented poets.

Thanks!

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Old 11-10-2005, 05:10 PM   #21
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The following call is from Brent Brooks, editor at The Angry Poet.
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Submissions should be made via email to:
submissions@thenagrypoet.com.

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Old 11-10-2005, 05:49 PM   #22
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If you check the Authors Resources (I think, don't quote me) this site is a good source of up-to-datish info for erotic poets and authors. Erotic Readers and Writers
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This address does not work.
It's looks misspelled. The right one should be submissions@theangrypoet.com
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This address does not work.
Try submissions@theangrypoet.com. I think Anna made a transposition error.
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hmm.... the email address? did you go to the submissions site? let me check-- this is the one I used


Brent Brooks [editor@theangrypoet.com]
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